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Skyscanner Black Friday deals 2020

Tick more travel off your bucket list by snapping up Skyscanner's Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, with flights from $99.

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Skyscanner already has a reputation for steering travellers to the best-value flights around.

However, between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the flight, hotels and car comparison site is showcasing even lower flight prices.

So stop dreaming and book that holiday.

Skyscanner deals available over Black Friday and Cyber Weekend:

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Jetstar sale: Australia-wide flights from $59 each way

Available on select dates until December 2020 to Adelaide, Darwin, Brisbane, Cairns, Ballina and more. Sample fare is Sydney-Adelaide.

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Worldwide flights from $239 return

Available on select dates in 2021 to New Zealand, Singapore, Fiji, USA, Canada, London and more Sample fare is Perth-Bali with AirAsia. T&Cs apply.

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Australia-wide flights from $89 each way

Available on flights from October 2020 - July 2021 with Virgin Australia. Destinations include Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Darwin, Gold Coast, Hobart, Broome, Canberra, Townsville and more. Sample fare is Sydney-Ballina.

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Western Australia flights from $199 return

Available on flights until 31 October 2020 to Broome, Perth and Kununurra with Virgin Australia. Sample fare is Broome-Perth.

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Skyscanner Black Friday deals for 2019

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23 Sep 2020 Jetstar sale: Australia-wide flights from $59 each way ********
4 Sep 2020 Worldwide flights from $239 return ********
27 Aug 2020 Australia-wide flights from $89 each way ********
18 Aug 2020 Western Australia flights from $199 return ********

Frequently asked questions about SkyscannerBlack Friday travel deals

What can we expect from Skyscanner's Black Friday deals?

This year Skyscanner has up to 30% off flights to destinations around the world. Some of the best-priced fares you can book are Los Angeles from $799 return, Fiji from $459 return, Tokyo from $654 return and Asia from $135 each way.

How do Skyscanner's deals compare to other brands?

As Skyscanner is an aggregator and not a travel agent itself, its deals are based on those on other sites.Deals can come from anywhere. For example, those mentioned above are from Trip.com and Scoot. What's handy about this is that Skyscanner does the work for us, trawling through all the sites - even ones you've never heard of - to nab you the best price.

Because of this the deals available on Skyscanner are only as good as the brands it features.

Where you might find better is with brands Skyscanner doesn't work directly with. Cebu Pacific is one of these brands. While Skyscanner's search pulls up Cebu Pacific's flights they always lead to other booking sites such as Trip.com or Kiwi.com. In these instances you may find booknig direct gives you a better deal.

Are Black Friday deals really cheaper?

As one of the biggest sales events on the calendar you'll find many airlines opting in to offer big savings over Black Friday (29 November) and Cyber Monday (2 December).

In this year's Black Fridays deals we've seen domestic flights from $39 each way and international flights from $115 each way on budget airlines such as Jetstar. Full-service airlines like Virgin Australia are offering flights to the USA from $899 return.

While Skyscanner's deals are cheap they might not be the cheapest you'll see in the year. Not all airlines participate in Black Friday, either. This year Qatar and Scoot for example have opted out of offering a specific Black Friday sale, however will be running their own sales over the Black Friday period.


Do flights get cheaper on Cyber Monday?

Unlike online retailers, airlines don't often change their deals day-by-day. Instead, they're more prone to either offer their sale on Black Friday only or extend it from Friday until Cyber Monday.With this in mind, prices are more likely to increase by Cyber Monday as the availability of the lowest fares decreases.

As a general rule of thumb, if you're after the cheapest price, the earlier you book the better.


Which airlines and travel booking sites are offering Black Friday deals in 2019?

Airlines and booking sites we know are particpating in Black Friday this year include:

Airlines we're expecting will particpate in Black Friday this year based on previous years include:


How can I score the best Skyscanner deals on Black Friday?

  1. Sign up. We'll update you with the latest when you sign up to our email above.
  2. Keep an open mind. Skyscanner's flight sales are often with a mixture of different airlines, so being less picky about who you fly with could mean all the difference to your bank account.
  3. Use the "everywhere" feature. We at Finder love this thing. Type in your origin, make your destination everywhere and then nominate flights in the cheapest month. You'll then get a rundown of the cheapest breaks available right now. All you have to do is decide which one you want to visit next.

Looking for more Black Friday deals?

Skyscanner might have you sorted for flights but what about everything else? We think it's safe to say that Black Friday has your back. Check in on our travel deals page to get a full list of all the best sales going on right now.

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